Sorry if this is the wrong place to post this but Im desperate. I was playing Minecraft while offline when I made a mistake and with no undo button, I decided to close the game via Quit without saving. When i relaunched the game, my world was entirely missing. I then connected to online and tried some troubleshooting,(in this order) I restarted the game a few times, I restarted the console. I cleared my local cache. I uninstalled and reinstalled the game. I did a complete shutdown too. My question is: Is it gone for good?
Hey, so to check if your world is completely gone your gonna need to look through your local storage
Sadly, Microsoft being as annoying as they are, removed the files app from Xbox, and now the only third party app that had access to local storage doesn't work either it also costs $3 in the Microsoft store. Microsoft had no reason to remove the original files app, but they did and now people on Minecraft Xbox cant check for corrupted files or add Addons, Texture Packs, Behavior Packs etc.
if you end up finding a way to get into local storage you need to go through these files
just a quick note threres not much you can do now if your world is already corrupted, your just gonna have to make backups before your game corrupts.
once you get to this folder you should see worlds labeled like pu8hX+pfCgA= and other weird symbols, click on one and click levelname.txt(this is the worlds name) check if this is your worlds name, if not go back to /minecraftWorlds and look at another file with weird symbols. check levelname.txt so see if its yours if not repeat the process until you find your world. after this you now know your world is there its just you cant do much about it. on pc we have an option called "Restore previous versions" when you right click your world file. but not on xbox. if you have a backup anywhere you can copy and paste it into this folder.
to get to the app data folder, you need to go through local storage, which most file apps don't allow you too, so for now im guessing their is no clear way to help you, if you have a corrupted file on Xbox.
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I've run minecraft bedrock servers from home on my old PC, I've also used Azure for this as well. just ask me if you need help port forwarding or anything to do with setting up a minecraft bedrock server